Having diagnosed the ailment, the Indian opposition needs to get down to the business at hand.
An erosion of faith in democratic processes may eventually threaten the state's legitimacy itself, the group warned.
Unlike the flashy Trump, Kejriwal is a middle-class family man, happy with his vegetarian meal and cough syrup.
NEW DELHI: India is quietly moving ahead with visa curbs for Pakistanis, the Indian Express said on Friday, ...
Ex-foreign minister booed and told to go home by protesters at his lecture on India-Pakistan peace prospects.
A former diplomat says trial procedure adopted by Pakistan consistent with international practices
Hindutva is not about banning beef and targeting ‘love jihad’. It is more insidious than that.
If India does become a new permanent member of the UNSC with veto rights, then it will have achieved no ordinary feat.
Ms Amonkar would often begin her concerts by giving an earful to the erring organiser if luck so chose
Amonkar was loved for her music and feared for her unpredictable moods.
We have chosen to accept the route, willy-nilly, of vigilante squads and Hindutva zealots swarming through Nehru’s India
If religious fascism is staring down India’s throat, there’s someone financing it.
Indian court says issues of “religion and sentiments” can be best resolved through talks.
Electronic voting machines, like all other machines, are prone to errors and malfunctioning.
What lessons are we to draw from the BJP defeats before we discuss UP where the party trounced everyone?
BJP fielded not even one Muslim candidate in Uttar Pradesh; Congress wins East Punjab; Goa, Manipur get hung assemblies
Is the current American president really worse than the marauders of Iraq and Libya?
BEGUM Hazrat Mahal: advocate of upper classes? NEW DELHI: The brave and fractious anti-British uprising of...
It is not clear how easy or difficult it would be for a future Indian leader to sideline parliament on the way to ...
Teesta Setalvad and Rana Ayub won’t let you forget the horrors even if you were an ostrich.